Tag Archives: Divorce

Series on How to Compose a Doctrinal Statement

Below, you’ll find links to my series on how to develop and write a doctrinal statement. I’ve geared this toward churches specifically, but I hope it will be of some benefit to you personally as well. This also is my … Continue reading

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Composing a Doctrinal Statement [section 9 part 3 — on Gender, Family, and Divorce]

Composing a doctrinal statement (or any other essential documents) can be one of the most arduous (but crucial) projects undertaken by a church. In this series, I’m sharing my own doctrinal statement in an attempt to provide a helpful example … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Divorce and Remarriage

When it comes to the questions surrounding divorce and remarriage, it is crucial for believers to approach the discussion with love and grace, as well as a firm commitment to the authority of Scripture. The foundational truth regarding marriage is … Continue reading

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Staying Power

There is a crisis in our culture today – a pandemic – that has become so prevalent, so ubiquitous, that it is viewed as normal, innocuous, and even natural… and we must fight against it. The issue I’m talking about … Continue reading

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